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Wilson, Childs L Co.,
(Successors lo Ilumpiun, Wilson fj- Co.,)
Wholesale Dealers in
FOTiEGNI &. CCME&TIC DRY'GCODS,
Xo. IS Woo J 133 lliiid Stiicls,
riTTSEUEG. PA..
ARE now or filing a very crmp'ele assort
ment of Dry Goods, and by 1 tic fusi
S-ptember will be able to exhibit a very at
tractive stock. Hey respectfully invite an
truly call from oil engaged in the trade.
Aug. 23.'55 3mo.
MARGARET CASblLLS ESTATE.
TV'otice is hereby given, that the undersign
-L v ha s Let ti appointed and duly qualified
as Administratrix of the Estate 6f Margaret
Castill, late of Vinton county, deceased.
Aug. 25th 55 LEWIS A. ATVVOOD.
CO A meeting of th JJoarcl and members
f'f the Acsicultcbal Society of Vinton
county, will be held at the School house in
McArthur, on Sa'.urday. the 1st day of Sep
tember, 1655, at one o'clock P. M.
By order of the Board.
aug. 23 if. Q. T. GUNNING, Sec'y.
CANDIDATES FOR NOMINATION.
Mn. Thattok, rieuse announce the noma
v.'f S. S. I"! lin y, Eq., of Wilhesville, 0..
us a candidate lor nciiniiiiitinn, subject to the
decision of the Democratic Legislative Con
vention ol Vinton i,nd Jackson counties.
ViMiua Dim ch ats.
Mn. Fditcii, rirass announce the name
of L I'. Mift, o! Cak Hill, Jackson co.,
ns a cat diilate lor nomination, subject to the
tluisicnof il.c Eeinicratic Legislative Con
vention of Vinton unci Jatkton cotm-ies.
Many Democrats.
MASONIC.
207. of Free and Ac-
'Sfrceuted Mosoiis, holds
a regulHrCoirimunicution at McArthur, Vin
lon county. Ohio, every Saturday evening on,
or preceding each full nioon.
E. A. I'ltATTOjf, Sec'y.
Itllnrriti Lodge "io. , holdsa reg
ular Coininunici tion at llumden, Vinton to..
0., evry Thursday evening on, or preceding
each full moun. D. D. T. Haiid, Sec'y.
Oi Ji:in's mend Lodge, 17. !.,
holds a regular Cnuimuuicaiioii at Wilkes
wile, Vinton county, Ohio, every Saturday
eu'ning on, or j remling each full moon.
It. 11. Bishop, Sec'v.
m4mJT Ka"
MARKETS.
McArthur, August 23.
Apples, D.,
Bnttei per lb..
.Smoked limns,
" Shoulders
" Sides,".
Brooms,
Beans,
Coffe
Candles,
Cheese,
Cloverseed
Corn
Eggs pel doz
Flour per bun.
Flour .per bbl
Flax Seed
Feathers,
Fifth, White, - .
" Mackerel....
Hides
-200 .Iron, bull
12 Leather, 18u31
.lILard per lb. 8
, D Molasses pr gal. f.O
9jNdils,3dtol0d, 610
30 Oats, 40
2.00 Totatoos, Irish. . SO
14 Peaci es, D., 2.00
20 Pork prewt.. 4,00
12 Sugar N. O., 10
COf, Loaf, 10
C5 Crushed,- 10a 12
6 Sult. per bbl-... 3,50
4.00 i " Table, pr Sack, -37
fc&.ltO'Soap erlb 3..5
75Tcas, Y. H. 75
40 ' Imperial $100
8Tallow........ 12
So 10 Wheat per bu. 1,00
... 4iWoolperlb-...20u50
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
BUSKIRK & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, August 23, 1855.
Apples, Dried 175
Brooms prtioz 62o5(
Uncoil Hiiins per lb. 1)
Loaf tf
Crushed- 10
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 45
" felmuldcr It
" Sides "
tteans.W. perbu. 3,00
Candles, mould- 15
Star 21
Cotton Yarns ISj!
Teas, loose & in picks.
Y.H.. lb. 4Da60
lmrer'l,-55ufi5
Guiin'wder 65
tobacco M&K. av.25
Va. cav... 20o30
Cheese, W'.R. lb.Siui.Oil, Lard pr gal.. 80
Cull'ee, Rio l.'IOil, Linseed " ... 100
Cloverseed.
6 (JL
Oatg pr, bu. 50
1' lour pi bbl
Feathers pr lb.
Flaxseed, pr bu.
IVaches,Dried-.. 2,00
Potatoes, Irish.. 125
1,01
Saleratuspr lb. 55J
nsli, tocl prU).
1 allow ni lb. II
Mackerel S12u2liTar ir W.I 5.50
Lard pf lb.. ! Timothy seed, $3 CO
Molasses. N. O. gnl. 4t l heat pr bu. 1,50
S. H. " IWluskey, Common 30
G. S. " 50 Mou'hula. 50
Nails,
10 lo KJ
Rye,
Sugar K. O.
7ub
11. LLOYD & CO.,
Wholesale boot &siiok Warkhocse
Ko, !. LliKi jt liloik. From 8 irtrt,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
HAVE just received their extensive Fall
Stock, consisting of all the latest styles
and fashions. Our stock having ben pur
chased direct from the manufacture.!, prin
cipally for cash, with great care in the se
lection of quality and sizes adopted to the
Western trade, wc are enabled to ofTer su
perior inducements ibis Fall, and are deter
mined not to he undersold by an' regular
house either in Njw YarH,4 Philadelphia or
Baltimore.
In addition to our extensive itock of Boots
and Shoe3 will be found a large and well se
lected stock of
HATS ft g CAPS.
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade.
Merchants and Furnace Owners visiting our
city are invited to call and examine for them
telver. To the Ladies. We erenow manufactur
ing a superior article of laidies' and Mioses'
Gaiters' Buskius and Slippers. Having pro
cured some of the best workmen In ihe est.
we are prepared to supply those who want
custom work.
Leather. One Thousand" lbs, Red Sole
Leathei,l2 00 lb?, No. 1 White Sole Leather,
3C dozen French calf Skins. 25 dozen Craw
ford's Skills. )0 doten Kip Skins. Upper
leather and Shoe Findings alwavs on hand
pud for sale at the lowest nTarket price.
January 20. 1854 If-
Si Hi HOLMES,
(Successor to Smith end Holmes.)
MANCFACTURIfcS OP
Tin. Mitct Iron, and I'opprr Warti,
ALSO DEALEE8, WHOLESALE BETA1L.I
Stovtt, Grales. & Uolov Ware,
MARKET STREET, EAST S1PJJ.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
Arrill 1554 ly.
OX YOKES,
f TANKER Ox Yokes, st ths flilt. Anl
ID DEWING, CAMPBLL& CO.
Jy,29 1853.
SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY.
RAILROAD.
CHANGE CF TIMt-
ON and alter Friday, 1st of June, 1855,
Trains will run as follows, to wit:
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clock A. M. and arrive at Jackson at 12
o'clock M. Returning leave Jackson at 1
o'clock P. M. and arrive at Portsmouth at b
o'clock P. M.
Train No. 2 leave Jackson at 7 o'clock A.
. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A.
. Returning leave Portsmouth at 2 P. M.
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
Trains stop oklt lor passengers it the fol
lowing stations, to wit: Sciotoville. Webster.
Washington and Ualha S-atums, Port. and.
Cros Roads and Irwin's Stition.
J. W. WEBB, Superintended
June. 15'55.-2c-t(.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
NEW SUMMER ARANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER yTm
Monday. June 4th -fc&SfiS
gA Ifc55. a nilv I.i. oi M..i
Coaches will run regularly between McAr
thur anil uyer s atation; as tollows :
Leave McArthur at 5 o'clock. A. M nm.
sing through Hamdeii 61, arrive at Brer's at
9 A T. .
Retnrninf. leave Byers' at 5, P. M., pas
sing through llumden 6. P. M.j arrive at
McArthur at 8. P. M.; connecting with the
Marietia & Cincinnati R. R., to and Iroin
Clnllicothe.
A Daily Coach will leave McArthur every
irmrninvtnr IhHnv Primprnw Ailia... U....I.'
n .. w........,, jiiuniB, iiuva
ing Port. Parkersburg and Marietta.
1 I . ' r . r . . . n
J line. isi. oo. w. ti. I. HOVT.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R.
UW AIflU.u'DIENTS.
PASSENGERS leaving Columbus at 2:15
a. m . Cincinnati at 6 a. n... nr fhilli.
cotheat 11 a. m.. arrive at Bers f23 milei
cast of Cbillicolhe) at 12:30 p. m.
A Train leaves Byers' d.iily Sundays ex
lADte.dl at 1:40 n. m.. hv uliirh mtumiprt
arrive at Chillicotlie at 3:15 p. m.. Cincinnati
at 8 :20 p. in., or Columbus at II: i: p ni.
iilHL'tS IO aiid iron. A hpno 'innama M.
Arthur, llamden. Juckftnn. GHllinnl
connect w tin tue i rams at Byers'. and pas
sengers ran n ahe the trip letween either ol
tl.eee plates and Columbus, Cincinnati or
Chillicotlie in a single day.
An accommodation Train is run daily
except Sundays Irom Chillicotlie to Blan
chesler and back.
Passengers bv this train train rtiillimih
at 5 a. in., and'arrivt at Cincinnati at 11:13
a. m., or Lolumlius at 1:45 p. m. Leave Co
lumbus at 1 1 a. m., or Cincinnati at 4 p. m.
and arrive at Clnllicothe at 10 n. m.
tare from Byers' to Cincinnati ts3,R0
oo- up. to Chillicotlie 70
Thiough Tickets between Columbus and
Chillicotlie 43.50. to be had only at Colum
bus and Xenia Railroad Ticket "Office at Co
lumbus, and on the cars of Marietia and Cin
cinnati Railroad on leaving Chillicnlhe.
aug. 10 55.1I.J JOHN WADDLE
THE
Itisc, Progress iiii1 Decline
OF
KNO W-NOTHINGISM,
OR
rplE " SUPREME ORDER OF THE
1 Star Si-anoleu Banner" in McArthur
and Vinton County, wi'h Sketches of some
..i it.. At. i . . i .
oi us mi inner, emoraitng merchants, Law
yers, Clerks. Mechanics ami Laboring Men,
Together with the Signs, Grips, Puss-Words,
Oaths, etc., etc.,
Will be published on Saturday, Sept. I,
1655. (under the above tittle,) a pamphlet of
32 pages of closely printed matter, illustra
ted with some of Ihe devices of the Order.
Price 25 cts. To be had ol Merchants gen
erally, and Booksellers.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. Road Tax 1855.
-"piIE rate of Taxation for Road purposes.
A in Vinton county, for (he year 1855, is
at the rate of Ten Cents on each Hundred
Dollars valuation of taxable proper'y, which
may be discharged by labor on the Roads, tin
der the iliipctiou of ilia
. ,,,w mi.) vi U Mir
several Districts, ot the rate of one dollar
JOSEPH MAGEE,
Auditor V. C. O.
I lvCRE GCOC8 4l GROCERIES,
have just revived a new6iipply ol Wall
Paper and Borders: the lanrest Int
brought to Mr Arthur.
f Also. COFFEE. Rice. Molasses, To
iSiEiBACCo's, exc: all of which I w ill coll
at the lowest figures. E. A. Bbatton.
HOUSEKEEPERS
SHOULD recollect to get their Double Re
riNin Salehattjs and Coruonated Soda
exclusively lor baking purposes, at
Brattok's.
" IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.
100,000KJ."JH"-
3000 Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
500 Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nails.
3000 Lbs. square, round and octagon
Steel. Just received at.the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
Jnlv 29. 1853.
DR, DU N LAP,
CO" -UUitf, McArthur House.
ilcARlUVR, OHIO.
Feb. 16, 1855. 1..
ARTIST'S MATERIALS.
OF every description furnished at short or
ders and fair prices. A large supply ol
Paints and Buislws for Portrait Landscape
Patnteis, Toy Paints aiul Best Water Colors
on hand. J. R. W liJITtMORE,
mayl8,'55. Second si. , Chillicothe, 0.
IVcw Pocks,
AND other Goods in his line of Business
are reitived bv Express almost everv
week from Boston, New York, and Ihe Cities
of the W est, by J. R V H1TTEMORE.
msj 18, '55. Second St., Chillicotlie, O.
STRAW CUTTERS.
OA YANKEE Straw Cutters, from t? lo
U 12; received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July 29, le53.
PA TRICK D. file K I Kit IS' EST TE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been appointed and qualified
as Administratrix of tU Estate of Patrick
D. MiKjnuiii, late of the Conntv of Vintou,
deceased. SAM1RA Cr McKINNlSS.
July 13 3w
o. o, rnir.jru, t. m, sabcock, jho. sasoook.
CK&CO
Ccmmisicu Jlcrcbants.
U 65 Watff Slr-tt, KW 0BX,
)MU It E.-Notir is hereby giv-i
'V en, lliHl a lV.iticn will be presented, at'
the next session ol the Ci'mmissiDiiers f
Vinton conii'j, Ohio, praying for an altera-'
tion of that part of the Alliens and Mt-Ar-'
Ihur Roud describe I as tollows, to wit: J
Commencing at the West end of llie bridge
acioss Big RdKOon. m sr the luinl of W. II.;
Black, in Knox township in said county ;
thence running North west 30 or 40 rods :
along the old Mill road; theme nearly WVst
lo the hih gionnd above hij.li witcr mark; 1
theuie a South-west rouisenu the lower teucli '
of the hill, on the North side of the creek on
said Black's land; continuing said last men
tioned direction until it iutersects the old
Road west of a large rock on the bank of
said rieek, rn said ltlai k's land; llience along
(or near) the old road to the first run on Ja
cob Tedruw'a laud; iht ncr ihrocgh the field
on the Not th side, on the best ground, inter,
ecling the tdd road in the most cenvrnient
place; llience the nearest and best route thro'
the low gup at Win, Meters' place in Madison
tow nship, in said county; tin me the neatest
and. best way to the foot ol the big hill pear
M.Reeves' house; thence on tie neaiest and
best ground to Maurice Albough's, there to
end; anil Petitioners pray lor a view and at
tention of the same. Mast Petitionees.
august 3, '55 4w
KOTICE. Noti( is herebt given,
that a Petition will be piesentetl at
the next session of the County Commission
ers, within and for the county of Vinton. O.,
praying lor an orderol Sutvey, View and an
alteration and location (il found to be a good
route) of a County Road, within said coun
ty, commencing lor the same at the bridge,
near the house of Jacob Ankrom. in Jackron
township, llience along the McArthur Rpad
to the corner of said Jacob Ankrom's meadow;
thence on the South side ol the road leading
lo McArthur; thence Eastwardly to a Sugar
tree, on the land ot James McMichel, near
tie corner of his field at the Township road;
thence along the East side of (he hollow,
through the laud of Isaac Wyscarver; llience
through said McMichel's land to a green tree
on the land formerly owned by Jacob Lutz;
thence up ihe left hand side of the hollow to
near John Cla wsou's spring; thence to w bite
Oak tree, at the end of said Clow son's lu tie;
llience to John Hawk's fence, and along said
leiite to intersect the road leading Irom Lo
cust Grove to McArthur, and there to end;
and thai said part of said first mentioned
McArthur road be vacated.
july 27 4wJ Maky Petitioners.
Shudes & Reynolds, Pl't'Os J In Attachment.
against
George Ullom, Defendunt. ) (Civil Action.)
THE Deleudant will take notice, that the
Plaintiffs in the above case, on (he 24th day
ot July, a. d. 1855, caused an order of At
tachment to be issued by J. W. Swepston.
Justice of thr Peace for Elk township, Vin
ton county, Ohio, against the goods, chatties,
stocks, interest in t locks, rights, credits,
moneys and effects of said Delendant, an
absconding debtor of said county, to satisfv
ihe claim of the Plaintiffs' for 'five dollars
and eighty-six cents and fifteen dollars the
probable costs ol' suit and that said cause
has been continued for service on said Defend
ant. and will be lor hearing beloie said Jus
tice, at his office in McArthur. in said town
ship, on the 8th day of September, a. d.
1855, at 10 o'clock a. in. of said duv, last
aluresaid. SHALES at REYNOLDS.
aug. 10 55
Baird & Cla.k. Plaintiffs, ) In Attachment.
against
George Ullom. Defendant. ) (Civil Action.)
THE Defendant will take notice that the
Plaiutifls in the above case, on the 24th
day of July, a. d. 1855. caused an order of
Attachment to be issurd by J. W. Swepstot!,
Justice of the Peace fur Elk township, Vin
ton county, Ohio, against (lie Goods, Chat
ties, Stocks, interest in Stocks, Rights Cred
its, moneys and effects of said Defendant,
an absconding debtor, of said county, to sat.
isly the claim ot the Plaintiffs' for six dol
lars anil ninety-one cents, with ten per rent
inlerer-t thereon from the 5th day of April,
and fifteen dollars the probable coast of this
suit, and that said cause has been continued
for service on said Defendant, and will be
for hearing belore said Justice, at his office
in McAithur in aid township, on the 8th
day of Septembei, a. d., 1855, at I o'clock
p. m.of said dav, last aloresaid.
aug3 3w ' BAIRD & CLARK.
L II. X OORE' S E S TA TE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Peter S.
Moore. Administrator of the estate ot
Samuel 11. Moore, late of the county of Vin
ion, deceased, has filed in the Probate Court
of said county his accounts, and vouchers for
iu.peclion and final settlement, and that said
accounts will be passed upon by said Court,
on the 1st dav of September, 1855.
B. P. HEWITT, Pro. Judge V. co.
aug. 10 55 3w
THOMAS A. GREEN'S ESTATE.
TV otice is herebt oivts.that Chas. Brown,
X Administrator of the Estate of Tho.
A.Green, deceased, has filed his accounts
and vouchers, in the Probate Court of Vin
ton county, Ohio, for inspection and final
Settlement, end Hist the same will be passed
upon by said Court, on the 18th day ui Au
gust, 1865. B.P.HEWITT.
july 27 3w Pro. Judge V. co.
HAZEL BARBEE'S ESTATE.
TT OTICE is heieby given," that Simon Rad
i.1 cliff, Administrator of the Estate of
Hazel Bar bee, late ol the county of Vinton,
deceased, has filed in the Probate Court ol
said county his accounts, and vouchers for
inspection and final settlement, and (hat said
accounts will be passed upon by said Court,
on tne Jim uay ot August. A. JJ. tfcDS.
B P. HEWITT,
July 20 ,H5&. 3w Pro. Judge V. C, O.
Q.W.ANDERSON, i
CEMER HhEELUSG WHARVES
W HEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Has large and extensive Ware Houses, and
is prepared with every facility, to attend t
all business, entrusted to his rare, properly
He forwards t reight by Car loads or otherw ise
September 2,1853, ly
COAL TAXSPORTATIOX, 1
. Qftici M. & C. R, R. Co., )
Chillicalht. Julv 29. 1655. (
'a life. Mabrietta & Cimlihhati Hail
X Road Company are prepared to niter
into contracts for the Transportation of
Coal or for its purchase, deliverable at Sta
tions on the line of tl Railway In Jackson
or Yinton counties. JOHN WADDLE,
aug 3 tf Superintendent.
C. r. ACT.
. OAKES.
C, P. TRACY & CO.,
: Manvacturtrt and WhoUsah
SEALER IS
. BOOTS. SHOES, HATS,
UTATHEH A N D : FINDINGS.
One door below P. lirnirj ft Col tank,
lrot Strut, PORTbMVVTH, Q -April
fit. I65. Jr.
. W OVLI wool a :; . :
10.900 ID ol Wool Wanted.
r MSU to bur ill th wool I cari get, D(i
Jk will rj th hlgheit p iikst piioea, -.
lt7&, SS.-Sj , , JS, A J3B4TT0X. .
SHERlPt;s SALE.
OY virtue of a certain Execution to me di
D reeled .from the Omri of Ciunioii Picas,
wHhin and for the county of Vinton. Oliio,
1 will offer and expose to sale, at Public Auc-1
tion. a' the do.r of the Court House, in saidj
county of Vinton, on Saturday, the Hlh day
ol August. 1855. between thehotirsof 10 o'
clock, A. M., and 4 o'chck. P. M. of said
dav, the following described pro, ertr. to wit:
lu-lots Nos. 6. 7. 8, 9.2. 23, 2 1 and 31 ; al
so: Out lots Nos. I. 2, 6, 9 and 10. Alore
said lots are all situated in the towu of Prulis
ville, in said Vinton county, designated as
laiiloiil and recorded In the plat or said tow n
and taken as the properti of P. J. Craw for
and John Wagoner, lo satisly au Exeeutio
in favor of Samuel S. Hani :
Out-Lot No. I, appraised at
078 2
140 C(
325.1 !.
30.UI
30 0
150.0
'li 0
20.0
53J.3
213.
21,3.
21.3.
a.
6.
.
10.
31.
.
23.
24.
6.
7.
8.
In Lot
J).
23.3c
And must sell tor two-thirds of the nforesah'
value. WM. TISUE.
July 6,'55 5iv Sheriff V. C, O.
SIiiiiiiF's Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN WRIT OT
Sale, Irom the Court of Common Plea
ut Hocking county and State of Ohio, am
lo me directed, I will offer and exoose to sale
at public Auction, al the door of . the Cour
House in Vinton Conntv, Ohio, on Wednes
day. the 15th day of August, le55, Leiweec
the hours ol 10 o clock A M. and 4 o'clock
P. M. of said day, the following described
Real Estate, to wil: Out lots number thirty
thirty-one, thirty two; also, tn-lots number
one hundred and twenty-nine and one burnt
red and thirty, in the town of McArthur
county of Vinton and State of Ohio : taken
as the properly ot Joel A. Walden to satish
an execution in lavor oi tne iogan Brand.
Bank.' Appraised as billows, to wit: In
lots number 12". and 130. 61 14 Gti ear li
Out-lots number tlriity, appraised at tl6ti 60;
uumuer thirty -one at iU4 JJ, audthirty-two
at 619 Ct. and musi sell for two ihinls ot
tlie a; praised value. Wit. TISUE,
jnly0 i855-5w SherilfV. C, O.
DRUG STORE.
CEO. II. MILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN
DRI CS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS,
VARNISH. DES,PURE ESSENTIAL
OILS, INSTRUMENTS. BRUSH
E S OF E VER Y UE SCRIP TION,
ANATOMICAL PREPARA.
TIO S.
Funcy Articles, Drvggists' Shup Fur
niture. Utu Ware, Window Glass,
Klcohul, 0c, rfc, ije.,
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
RESPECTFULLY
informs his friends
and the public, that he is
now opening a large and
nerior stock of Drugs,
(Jt that hae been selec-
I I u III, l Arcftiibl i-ura f.i, t
llt Ii..,.h0l.
Phv8icians and customers, will find our
"rugsof thebestqiiality.au of which we
will sell at the lowest prices.
I AM ALSO AGENT
For all kinds of Talent Medicines. English,
Fienrh aril German Herbs. Tobacco. Cigars,
and a fine assortment of Soaps. Extracts and
Pure Wines. Ijuiie 15, 1655. tl.
M'ARTROR HOUSE
And Stage Office,
M A 1H STREET,
opposite thb post orricE,
McAllTHUR, OHIO,
JOS. KALER,
i mmmtmmM
PASSENGERS who stop at this House,
can take he Coach eery niorning lor
Cbillicolhe, to Byers Mation, thence by Rail
Road; also, every niorning for Athens, and
other points South and East,
The proprietor assures all who favor him
with a call, that no means will be snared to
make them comfortable, and at charges lo
suit the times. july 87,'55.
School Hooks.
M CGLFFEY'6 SERIES COWPLEE.
OrtLLEKS, First, Second, Third Fourth
0 and Filth Readers. The Heman's Young
Ladies Readers.
1'iueo's Primary G rammer,
" Analytical
" tnglishTearber,
Ray's Aretbuiatic, Tarts First. Second and
Third, Ray's Algebra, Parts First and Second.
MtGufi'ey s Electic Primers.
The Elementary Speller,
Webster's school Dictionary.
Mitchel's Primary Geography.
Mitchel's large school Geography, latest
edition.
Copy Books, Slates, Fencels and all kiuds
01 stationary lor schools, fur saleu
1 BRATTON'S.
ACCOUNT BOOKS!
tl XVING Utu. StouW. o( D Books.
l.l Journals and Ledgers, made of excel-
li-nt paier and bound well in sheep, witlrj
Morocco or Kussian bands. 1 w ill sell them
tor a lew months at Prices Surprisimolt
Low!
- Those in want of Plank Jtotjtt and who
buy or use or to sell again can have bargains
ihui vu i satujy tUtmselvts and suit the times.
This is saving a good deal ; I mean what 1
say. i. WHilTliMORK.
No. I, Union Block, Second St.
Chilmcothe, Ohio. may 1855 1
m OTICE. Tba undersigned has been duly
appointed and qualified as Racoiver ol
mono) i from U those indebted to the late
firm of Fultx 5t Hard, of ihe "McArthur
Herald." All those knowing themselves in
debted to the said firm for feiihsciii'tioii, Job
Woikor Advertising, are requested to cull on
the subscriber, McArthur. Ohio, aud settle
ihe same w ithin 30 days from date hereof, and
6ave costs, or their accounts will be left with
the proper officers for col lection, without any
acce, tious. J. W. SWiFS'lOiN.
liulyrU1 .
NOTICE.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
SHIP.
1HAYB this day sold tp WrstrU, Stewart
$ Co, hit entire inujruat in the Cincin
nati Furnace Company, aud am therefore nu
lengera partner therein, ' ' . '
ivifClHSATi Fussace. June 81. 1655.
lW4w JOHN ROBUllSS.
ATTERTiOtf, EVERnODV.
4 Crista per lb. i14 for Rags, and cannot
fp. twit mcufibl Pttli J.V i3.Aiqro'.
AYER'S
fl
Are cnrln? tttt Sick to an exttnt never
before known of nj medicine.
INVALIDS, Elf ID AND JUDGE FOE YODfiSELYES
JULES HAUEL, r.vk.. Id wtll knnva prAiiiiar, of
Cbwuut nml, PluiiiWiphi, wIwm clwic prudacu
an found (I almmt (vary hill, Hya t
I am kMpmr " aajr of jrnur I 'atmiti0 Pilu, thai I
ban fcua4 luana a baliar faintly inwticim) fiw caninioa
tM, lha aur othar williia my know Irilca. Many of my
fnand. hara raalliarf markad baneflu Irun Uwm and cu-
luCHla wilb ma in baliavlnf Dial IMy pawaaa ailraoMi
ry Tirtuaa far drtrinf out dtxaaaa and (urinf Ilia aick.
Tbay an nol only aflaclnal aU aaf and plaaaanl k) ba
takan, ualiiiaa wliiclt muat maka UMm valued by Uia
aublk, whaa Ibay an kaowa."
Ta vantrabla Ctunralliir WAROLAW, writ lioa
Balilmora. lilk April. ISM I
"Di J. C. Araa-Piri i bava lakaa your Pilla with
frral baneAi, C Uia liallaainraa, lanfinv, luaa f aprxl.la,
and BtlifHia ueailacha, TAbi(b l.a of lata vra ovarfakan
aia in Ilia aarinir. A frw dtiara of yuur fills currd n.e.
I bava iiaaa )iur Cltarry Perioral many yaan in my
tim.ly lur cousin and coldt wilb unfathra aucceaa, Y'Kj
amka uiadirinea n btrli am, and I fr-ol it a pleaaur In
coniwaiHi you for Ilia g"4 you bar don and ara doii.f."
JOHN P. UEATTY, ., Sec of Ilia Pans, Bailroa4
Co., aaya :
"Pt.HK. Vffiet, PHIMfkiM, Dn. 13, 1831
"Sin Ilaka ulatuura in ad dim nrr laKiBiany lo Ilka
tfflcary of yoar urdiciiia. baving ilerifd vary malarial
boned! from (Jia ua of Ix.lli )oor Pectoral and Calluinx
Pilla, I am never without litem in my family, not aliall I
aver cuuuat lo be. wlula my nieana will prucura them."
Tba widely raaowned & & BTtVtd, U. V.,ol Wtut
wnrth, M. 11., wriiaa t
" llairtn ueed your CiTmatuc Piua In my practice, I
certify bom eiuerienca, ttiat ilvy an as liiaaluabla pur
ptiva. Id caeea of dianrdered Ainctioiu of Uia liver,
cauiiiif baaitacha, imlijetMa, eoatiraueaa, and Uf great
variety of diwaaae UiU tullow, they ara a eurar H.uedy
lliaa any other. In all caee wliera purcativa remedy
k required, i confidently recommend Uiee Pille In the
ptibbe, ae au parlor to any other I Lave ever found. Tliey
ara aura ta Uieir oparatiun, and iterfeclly nafe.qiialitiea
which make tliem an invaluahla article for public uae. I
bar foe many yearn known your Caerry Put.rat an lha
beat Couilt medicine in Ilia wotlrl, and Htm P.lli are la
ao wine infeilor lo thai admiraoie preparation lor Uia
treatment uf dteeaeee."
. " Aloa, Mr., Abe. S3, l53.
' C Ana-Dear Sin 1 have been afflicted
from my hlrtll with arrolula in Ita wont ft tin, and now,
Iflrr twenty reare' trial, and an untold of amount of mf
fci.nf, have been eompietely cured in a few weeka by
your Pills. With what lcelnf of ndoicjiis, I write, cau
enlv be lmalnad wlien you realiie wlul 1 have aurTercd.
lad bow long.
" Never uutil now bava I keen free Irani ikla loaUuocne
diwaaa lo eome ehape. Al timea It aJtacked my eyee.
and made me almoet blind, hutdee (lie unendurable
pain al othen il settled In the acalp nf my bead, and
deetroyed my hair, and baa kepi m partly bald all my
di) e i someiniiea il came out in aiy Sue, and kepi il U
notiths a raw tore.
" About nine weeke aro I cnnimenceil lakini your Ca
thartic Pi Hi, end now am entirely free from the complaint,
lly eyea are well, my ekin Is fair, and my hair lw com
atenced a healthy gnmihj all of which wakes ue feet
already a new perwn.
- Hoping this statement may be tlie means of conveying
Information thai aliall do good lo othera, I aiu, with eery
seniuuent of gruuude, Vuun, tc,
MARIA RtCKER."
" I have known Uie above named Maria Kicker Irom her
Childhood, aud her statement m trirlly true.
ANOHEW J. MEfERVE,
Overseer of the Porbinouth Manufacturing Co."
Cait. JOEL PRATT, of the ship Marion, writea from
Bwlon, QUth April, IBM t
" Your Pills liave cured me from a bilious attack which
irnae Irom derangement nl the Liver, which had become
very serious. I had failed of any relief by my Physician,
and from every remedy 1 could try, hut a few dome of
your Pills have completely rentored me to health. I have
given tbain lo my children for worms, with Uie beet
effects. They were promptly cured. 1 aeuirnuerMUd
them to I friend for eosilrenass, wblch bad troubled hint
fotatonabaslNtoM im In a lew oars they bad cured him.
Xou make Uie beat medicine in the world, and 1 am free
to say so."
Esad this from the dlstlngulhed Solicitor of the Supreme
Court, whose brilliant abilities have made him weU
known, not only in this but the neighboring Stale.
" JVcie Orlw, Ji Jtpril, IBM.
" Slrt I have great eatlitfactlon In assuring you that my
eelf and family nave been verv nuirh baneftted bv vuor
tedicuiee. My wife was cured two yeare since, of a
severe and dangerous cough, by your Cmnar PtcToa.i.,
and silica then has enjoyed peilecl bealllk )ly cliildreu
have several limes been cured from attacks ol tlie Influ.
enia and Croup by it. Il ie an invaluable remedy for
these complaints. Your Cathistio Pilla have entirely
cured me from a dyspapaia and cnslivenesa, which has
grown upon me lor some year, indeed this cure is much
nwre important, from the fact that 1 had failed to get relief
from tlie bast Pliysiciane which Una section of Ilia country
afford.,snd from any of lha nuwecuus remedies I bad taken.
" loci seem to us, Doctor, like a providential blensing to
our family, and you may well suppose we are nol antuind-
Allot it,
lours respectfully,
LEAVITT THAXTER."
" SenaU Chimin-, Okit, April ilk, 1851.
"Da J, C. Aria Honored Sin I have made a thor
ough Uial of tlie Cathabtic Pilu, left me by your agent,
and have been cured by them of the droadful Rheumatism
nnder wblch be found me suffering. The first doae re
lieved me, and a few aiibsequeni doses have entirely
removed tlie disease. I feel in belter health now than for
eome years before, which 1 attribute entirely lo the eOecla
Of your Cathabtic Piixa. Yours with gre.it reaped,
LUCIUS B. A1ETCALF."
The above are all from persona who ire publicly known
where they re.ide. aud who would not make these Kate
menta without a thorough conviction that they were true
Prepared by J. C. AYEIt,
fraetical and Analytic! Chemist, Lowoll. Mais.
Ci i.. I.t OJ-U. U. V iLt. aim L. A. uiwiT-
TON, Mn Arthur O.j J. Vorheg, Aloanyj K.
Lulnw, Logant Dr. J. H. C. Miller. Jackson
C. H., and by Dealers in Medicines everv-
wherp. IJnlv 27 '55 4mo l
WasliiiiAlon tnion Insu
rance Gonipanr.
Office in Eoast' Block, rxirnrr Superior St
. and Public Square,
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
CAPITL- - -
9"
r I 'lus wen hnowu noiiE omranv is pre
X pared, as usual, to take risks on tlie sa
fer classes of Promty. Their means are
ample, and their rates are as reasonable as
those ot any sound Company,
OCT ISO SPECIAL HAZARDOUS OR
OFFICERS:
' D B. Dunham, President,
Geo. Mygatt, Vice President and
Treasurer,
O. N. Skeels, Secretary,
Geo. B. Scoter, General Agent.
DIRECTORS:
Geerge Mvgatt, Cleveland,
F.T. Backus, do,
A. S. Sandford, do, .
Jacob Perkins, do, .
Benjamin Northrup, do.
Geo. B. Senter, do.
O. N. Skeels, do.
D. B. Dunham, do,
C. VV. Conk. do.
Timothy Baker, Norwalk.
John Clark, Brunswick.
J. P. Robinson, Bedford.
W. M. Powell. Cleveland, (West tde,)
E.F.BI.VGHAM. Aoest.
IJulvSO'55 6m , McArthur, Ohio.
BOOTS 1 SHOES.
JUST received Uie largest and best selection
of Boots aud Shoes ever opened in this
market, consisting of
Gents. Ensmeled Brogans,
Calf
" Buttoned Congress Gaitcra,
" Morrot co Slippers,
" French Call Bonis,
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots,
" Goat ,
Sawed ...'.
Lated Gaiters,
Pateul Leather ,,
Enameled Jennay Liutl's,
Patent Sea Buskille,
Fancy Enanipled " .
Slimrs.
Childrsns' Kid Laced fljata,
" fancy " it
" Roan '
Kill Peg - i ,
' Enameled M ' .
" Goat " - "
fancy
Misses Kid Slippers,
" Fancy Laced Boots. ' :
Together with wiy variety of BooU aqd
Slums, pf Mens'. Wotnens' nl tMltlrfliis'
wear, ftt tha lowest prices, at
CaATTON'S,
JOU V OHK.ofsveiTOfsaiutiQn utu
a.-... .J -. .1.:. ,.oc
i 6. fWlTlAK" 1 1 -C. C. CCOJiwIr.',-
hoot & shoe sTont,
AND
JsiXCrU'TORV, V
SWETLAKD CCCSVVTLL.
Oppoiitf ll n M j Hhnr House,
RF.Tl.'liX their fi.uere thanhs to tl.. if
numerous friend ami custorners, I
lie verv lil end patroneue extended to ihe..
.ii the Vast teftsun. end take pleasure in h..-
nouncinp that they are now rrceivli: at tl:r -r
I'oot and Shoe L'epot lie lurgcst and beats
lecled Sto k of
Kgo'Is & S!lCC3
Ever brocLjit to McArthur; cDnsiEtiugfPj
ii p;trt of film
GENTLE MENS" DOOTS Sl EHOES,
Geui.Riu k kin Gaiters Gt nls.Corgrrss Gail
i is.Geiits Fi ru i Shoes. Gents Oxford Pumps.
Cents Eiinmi ltd Nnlifcrs. Gents Enaiiie'ed ,
t'ongresi Gailer.t, Gen is Patent lVBlI.er Kid
l'o) t'iii:ce A ilrrt's, Gents Patent Leather,
iJiab Cloth, Kid lop, Prime Albert's; Genii
lerw Hut kskiu Shoes, Gents Opera Slipper.-;
loceilier villi etcry VHriety of Fine and
Coarse calf skin. Kip and Morocco Boots and
"hoes. Also, Ladie-i Boors akd Shoes;
Ladies nuskin Guitcr Boots, Idied enamel
ed Jennv Liutl's 1!. R.. Latliej' Morwco Jen-
i-y Lintl's R. R., Lulus' Congress GaiurJ,
Udies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes, Ladies' en-
Mi.eilcti ".lororxo 5lu.es, J.ndies V iclorct
Fancy Shoes Ladies' Fncy Tpp Pools, Li
lies' Fancy Buskins, bronzed tops. Ladies'
Blue (init, Iflies Colored Sender's Gaiters.
n: Misses 13 nits aid Shoe.), Misses Kid
Hoots and Ce'iers, Misses Fancy colored
Goners, Mie enameled Fancy Bootstalso,
Chi 'd reus' Bt'tiisinid tehees, Childiens' rail",
I ec,e,l. Slioes. Chililrens' Fancy shoes, Chil
iliens' Faun Gaiters, and everv o'.her variety
uf Lbtlics', lnis.-es' ami thihlieus' wear, Fine
jihI Coarse.
Wc h;ne anv nuinht-r of Workmen en
I artl, (hut is necessary, and aie prepared to
In! orders at the shorlest notice.
fJCfAII of ettr Goods w ill be sold t pri-
ie that will give satisfaction. Cull and ex. '
mi hp lor vtnrseles-
JA"!i:S 1UGILLIVHAY,
MAIN STKEET. MCARTnfa, CHIO.
MILE ri.Ml LMMH SAMniinO,
At hlsclfiS end oproslto J. K.kD. Vi!l'r,
li HIE CT FULLY in-A;-,
M
CT;i Custoiiieis and the public, cenerallv.
that lie is now irenred lo supply all demand
in the way of fnIl E-n; Bntgy, Coat h, and
Team Ilaiii,;Curs,n'Ai;; and Spurs,
mill every other article connected vvi'Ji ihu
I'mde; all Manufactured out of tlie best Ma
terials und by the best of Workmen, Call
ukI examine Work and Prices, Horo you
p urchbse elsevWiere.
(Q- HIDES. &.. taken in exchange for
ul tht highest Market prices.
nr. ii D. will;
W IIOLrSAI.E AKD I.LTA1L LFALEIl IK
LlEI-li 0 0 D S , GROCERIES,
LARD II A HE, Q VEENS WARE,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Ac, At., Ar..
Main Street, McArthur, Ohio.
maylb,55.1v.
r. ii. jouuok,
(sUCCEbCOR TO JOSEPH JOSiEd,)
, . DEALER Of
IctlifRl.TlirciC-itnl, Lli'.nk nml 'In
iitots L'uks, Mi.iiur.cry end Wall Tup r,
fAlSTSTHF.r.T,
CIIILL1COTHE, OHIO.
Books received from the Eustern Mar
ket at their earliest publication, or otJered
whe" desired.
Slcam fd ir.ct IV.CkCrv.
J. II. WAIT,
ConsEit or Jekiekson and Secosd Stkeets,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
CALLS the attention of the citizens of
Yiu'.oii and adjoining comities lo his su
perior stock ol
CAMiXET
ARE,
which he offers at wholesale or retail on reas
onable terms. Give him a cull.
Orders attended to promptly.
March at. I8.-.4. ly
STEIN & BROTHER,
Mativfuclurers and Wholesale deulcrt in
it r !
,fTt
fl
ii
No. 316 BALTIMORE STREET.
Between IIowakd and Lidkbtv-ets
BALTIMORE.
Ji.1v P.Tj3. ly.
HOOKS! BOOKS!!
E. A. BBATTOJf,
ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Vin
ton county, that he has jusl received u
new sunk of Books and Stationary, consisting
in part t f
FAMILY BIBLES, et pjicss from 5il M to
uo.
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Bound in Mcrocco, gilt and commoji bind
ing. Weeics' Lifeof Wmshikotoi,
; " " Fsahkum.
" ' " Ma bios,
Life of Da.viei. Boone,
" " BtACK Hawk, . ; '
" Tecumskach, ' '
Shakespeab's woiks complels, "
Bvnos's
Life of . T. Babnok.
Da Aubioke's Histpry of the Reformation,
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Ksowlepur.
Rinalso RisiLpiSA. a Romance,
Hale's History ot the United States,
Grimshaw's History of the UuiWd SluU-s,
Child at Home, a Moral Tale.
MASONIC W RK8.
The Craftsman, the Liht of the Templu,
and Meloddles lor tho Cruit, containing &t
extelientselftciiou ol Hyinpsnud Odes' fuit
ble Rrevry nrtasicn.
GOXQ BOOKS, s
' Tl American Sougstef, Parlor Songster,
Exile of Enn, Sonca of Old Ireland. Nt?ru
Stints, pud u variety ofothei Sore Eoo-s,
Moral ami Instructive story hooka forthil. '
dreu.Piitor'ifll Toy Baoks. furchildwn.of every
description.
Justices' pockets. Legera ft.1 pa? Jlool;.
buuuil in leather and half Uitwipa, CtiiUsiM,
. . feT&TlO.NARY,
Test Cap Um. C'.ua Pest Letter Pav.
Ci.tPtnervUI Note Paper. CiUPar, alwluk;,
GailU, StM '.h S3V.( Bpv. l;V.s-r.d:;,
VNalrr. Wtttipg Samf, md KwHoiiiify tt(
fver) kirnl. all oluh!tl will r K,';.Ui tin
NVttl lIRUlfl, ivt Ctsn. ii.,' Islu If
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